On Sunday 31st January 2021, The Great Connection Festival is taking place between 2 pm – 6 pm. The innovative event is delivered through Zoom, aiming to bring people together virtually across 5 channels: Talks, Movement, Arts, Music and Conversation. Proceeds from the festival go to Olly’s Future which is a charity founded in memory of Olly Hare, whose aims are to prevent suicide and promote better mental wellbeing.
The festival features 32+ speakers, musicians, fitness instructors, comedians and artists including the immersive dance party, Morninggloryville, and award-winning theatre company, Les Enfants Terribles. Now into our third lockdown, there’s never been a more crucial time to feel connected and to prioritise our mental health.
Tickets for The Great Connection Festival can be purchased following the link: https://www.thegreatconnectionfestival.com/
We are really pleased to see that the recommendations that our founder and Chair, Olly’s mother, Ann, made
Our chair Ann Feloy & Chief Exec @emmajbaars today in London as part of the #DHSC consultation on the #MentalHealthAndWellbeingPlan We joined other #SuicidePrevention charities
The Duck Pond Sailors sang their way around the South Downs village of Slindon with more than 120 people